The latest news on defense spending
Sequestration cuts will still mean spending growth. But that doesn't mean that they're any less scary.
It might slow the economy, but it would also show that D.C. is serious about trimming the national debt.
It would be foolish to assume the stock market will shrug off the coming 'sequester.'
The United States must hold firm to the strategy that has served us well in the past, but have the courage to explore political and military ways to accomplish it.
In his State of the Union, Obama didn't address the deep structural problems that linger in our slowly-recovering economy.
During his State of the Union, President Obama showed he isn't listening to the American people when it comes to foreign policy.
The fiscal future of the U.S. Armed Forces hangs perilously in the balance as sequestration remains a threat.
Obama made a few splashes in the foreign and security policy arena in Tuesday's State of the Union address.
President Barack Obama's State of the Union address showed nothing will change on foreign policy or greatly needed budget cuts.
Robust defenses are needed to protect the U.S. homeland, American allies, and our deployed forces.